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Huawei and Bahrain Network (BNET) signed a Memorandum of Understanding to identify current strategic objectives, outline governance rules, and set the terms for long-term collaboration.

The MoU aims to cement BNET’s position in the Kingdom’s ICT sector, enabling and accelerating further development and economic growth within the digital economy. Through this agreement, BNET will leverage Huawei’s technological expertise across many functions, which is key to achieving digital transformation and stimulating growth within the sector, in line with the Economic Vision 2030.

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On the occasion, BNET CEO Ahmed Jaber Aldoseri commented: "Our recent partnership with Huawei comes as part of our longstanding commitment to working alongside international corporations to further contribute to the Kingdom’s economic recovery plan. We are committed to providing a strong lineup of ICT-based services for a quick and elevated customer experience, while also achieving digital growth within our local community.”

On his end, An Jian, president of carrier network business group of Huawei Middle East & Central Asia region commented: "We are pleased to collaborate with BNET, the national broadband network of Bahrain to engage in long-term initiatives and future growth plans. Our range of services and expertise aim to enhance BNET’s portfolio of offerings and allow future collaborative opportunities between both entities.”

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